Style equations: Tu’s new Premium pieces
Create an effortless capsule wardrobe with Tu’s Premium range
There’s nothing worse than arriving at the airport with a bursting-at-the-seams suitcase, loading it onto scales and seeing the kgs going up, up, up…
Avoid the fear of a heavy bag (and luggage label) by investing in quality staples that will give you loads of bang for your buck, aka tonnes of looks from just a few pieces. Tu’s brand new Premium collection does the job nicely whether you’re exploring a new British city, headed on a break abroad or just fancy hitting refresh on your weekend go-tos.
The match-with-everything jacket
Ever since John Travolta appeared on our screens as the super-suave (and super-sexy) Danny Zuko, we’ve been obsessed with the leather biker jacket. And it’s not just us that’s fallen head-over-heels for this wardrobe classic. Fashion’s love affair with this perennial piece continues to burn strong, season after season, year after year. So, if you haven’t got yours yet or your everyday version has seen better days, why not snap up Tu’s Premium one? With silver-toned studs and a zip fastening – try over our 100 per cent white silk shirt – another staple your closet shouldn’t live without.
The easy jumpsuit
Want to know three reasons why we love jumpsuits? Number one: one-stop dressing, done. Number two: you get loads of outfit options just from one piece. Number three: they work for desk or dinner, or both. We could go on, but we won’t. Instead, we’d like to introduce you to this black boiler suit, which features a flattering self-tie waist. Try with an embroidered trench coat and sleek ankle boots for the ideal walking-around-the-city-all-day outfit. And when evening hits, whip the jacket off, add some layered gold jewellery, a pair of strappy heels and dance the night away in style.
The statement bomber
Sometimes it’s the personality pieces that make all the difference to your look, like this Gucci-esque forest green embroidered bomber. Wear with an all-black look (like the jumpsuit above) and watch your outfit instantly come to life. Or go for bolder style by teaming yours with a fuchsia flute-sleeve blouse and the floaty floral skirt pictured at the top, very chic.
The day and night dress
Do dressed-up-dressed-down style like a pro with this A-line blossom print dress. Sitting just above the knee, this frock looks great whether you try it with some chunky loafers, block-heel ankle boots or barely-there sandals. Effortlessly transition from the art gallery to the local taverna by wearing yours with some hot pink shoe boots, and don’t forget to slip on that leather biker we mentioned earlier when early evenings accidently turn into late nights.
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